Gerald H. Morganstern published an article in the New York Real Estate Journal entitled, “An Overview of Some Surprises Tenants and Landlords May Encounter During Their Leases.” The article, which appeared in the June 20-July 3, 2017 issue, covers issues from the initial Letter of Intent, to credit risks, to the ability to perform demolition..
Howard Rubin and Douglas Gross won a unanimous victory at the First Department, Appellate Division on April 6, 2017. In this dispute, Goetz Fitzpatrick represents Eastern Consolidated Properties, a real estate brokerage firm. Eastern sued several defendants – related development companies – for failing to pay it a contractual brokerage commission, and then failing to.
Neal M. Eiseman will speak at the American Arbitration Association (AAA) Conference, entitled “Navigating the Unique Aspects of Construction Arbitration.” The Conference will be held on Thursday, June 22, 2017 at New York Law School. Neal will speak on a panel discussing “How to Effectively Deal With the 300 Change Order Dispute – Who Controls.
Many businesses use non-disclosure or non-competition agreements (collectively “NCAs”) with their employees. There has recently been an important shift in the law in New York regarding the enforceability of such agreements. A recent decision by the New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division for the First Department, Buchanan Capital Markets, LLC v. DeLucca, 144 A.D.3d 508.